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opped onhousands more ems. my stop&shop. emily: 7 and 0. the unbeaten patriots steam-roll the dolphins. the big plays and the new franchise record. randy: an elderly couple attacked after running out of gas. hi wife tried to fight back in the streets of providence. emily: and a plane bursts into flames before even taking off. how another pilot' s good eye, stopped things from getting worse. it' s on the eye for this friday morning. >> you are watching wcvb boston' s news leader. good morning, this is newscenter 5 eyeopener. randy: how about this a couch , that could induce human hibernation. the hidden features making this sofa the stuff of winter dreams.
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good morning, i' m randy price. emily: and i' m emily riemer. changes today. cindy: 70' s yesterday were nice, but not normal. reality returns today. dark it is. just after 6:00 a.m. and another up. 7:50 in the sunrise today. tomorrow, a minute later. sunday, an hour earlier because the standard time resuming. as we' re losing that daylight in the evening hours, we' re gaining it in the morning so it will be brighter next week for commuters heading out at this hour. 51 of boston, lower 40' s in worcester to even 38 now in norwood. definitely a colder start this morning, right around 40. the skies are clear. to the north, there are clouds
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and even a couple of showers to the canadian border. this is a cold front dropping southward, just reinforcing the cold air and as the front drops in, we will see clouds late morning and of the early afternoon mixing with the sunshine. the wind kicks up a little bit as well. mid 50' s for the highs today, boston up to the north shore and beverly, nashua, 56. low-to-mid 50' s through worcester county. a little bit warmer to the south. bridgwater, you may touch 60 degrees. near 60 with mostly sunny skies on cape cod. the northwesterly breeze is active at about 10 to 20. that' s gate yacht to the roads. so far, fairly quiet. olessa: we are still in good shape. route 1 at the top of the screen. on the maps, issue-free, no problems getting into boston. liability not -- the expressways about 15 minutes braintree into boston. the pike wide open heading eastbound from framingham past
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even corner and north of town, 93 south, little delay and and was again, approaching sevcon. trains and ponds on schedule. emily: breaking overnight, congress has approved an ambitious budget and debt deal to avoid what could have been a catastrophic default. the deal raises the debt ceiling for the federal government for the next two years until march 2017. it passed in the senate just hours ago and now heads to the president for approval. randy: still unbeaten. still perfect. the patriots revenge tour rolls on this morning. tom brady and company having no problem reeling in the dolphins. emily: and this morning, patriots nation is celebrating a serious streak. the eyeopener' s antoinette antonio is live at gillette with overnight reaction from inside the locker room. antoinette: we all know that the patriots don' t brag, but there are a lot of smiles in the locker room. not only are they 7-0, but they are nine for nine on thursday nights. they are the best team in the
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the one and only gronk getting things started last night, grabbing a 47 yard pass from tom brady of putting that first touchdown on the board. the pats never looked back. number 12 throwing four touchdowns before the lopsided night was over. after the game, there' s plenty of praise to go around. >> it was a good throw, good play overall and we executed. made a nice play and got the touchdown. >> we' re just try to find a way to make it work. the guys did a great job on a short week. we put a lot into it. it was an intense three days of preparation. felt like we were really ready to go. antoinette: setting a franchise record for the most consecutive field goals, hitting his 26th last time. the final score 36-7 and the pats can take a little bit of a breather after such a busy week. they will host the redskins in
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live from gillette stadium, wcvb newscenter five. emily: this lexington school reopens today after a scare for students and teachers. several people heard a loud bang yesterday inside the estabrook school. precaution. inspectors believe that noise was from a bolt expanding as the seasons change, something they say is normal for newer buildings. right now, students at a lowell school are preparing to head back to class a day after dozens were sickened. this morning the school is still , trying to figure out what sparked the sudden headaches and nausea. cleaning crews were busy late last night scrubbing and sanitizing sullivan middle school. that' s where just before noon yesterday, the school was evacuated after about 60 students got sick. five of them needed to go to the hospital. >> my best friend, you could see in her face she was about to throw up. emily: firefighters were concerned of carbon monoxide fumes spreading through classrooms.
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that was ruled out. randy: right now, this man is behind bars, charged in a violent attack on an elderly couple. the victims found beaten in the middle of the street. the eyeopener' s frank holland is in providence, where the suspect faces a judge today. frank: police say it started when the couple ran out of gas. this attack was gruesome. the suspect, 25-year-old viden chhoeun, is accused of hitting the couple in the face, head and upper body with a metal baseball bat. police say he attacked the pair wednesday night at the corner of linwood avenue and cranston street. that' s where the husband ran out of gas and the wife met him there to help. moments later, police say chhoen ran out of a house, started yelling and attacking the man. when his wife tried to hit the suspect he attacked her. , she was found unconscious her husband' s eyes were swollen shut and he couldn' t speak. >> this is something that is
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just despicable what has happened to these -- to these elderly people. frank: the man is in critical condition and the women in serious condition this morning. we' ll keep you updated on new developments all day long. randy: the mbta is boosting security at its stations, following this deadly attack on a teenager last week. 17-year-old mason raymond was stabbed to death at the jackson square stop during a fight with another teen. now the transportation secretary stephanie pollack tells herald radio she wants more officers to be visible on both trains and platforms. emily: a billerica police officer on the wrong side of the law this morning. officer john hickey, a 19-year - veteran of the police department is facing criminal charges. he' s been on administrative leave since early this year, while the department investigates an incident at the billerica elks club in 2013. officer hickey allegedly assaulted another man.
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new developments this morning in the case of bella bond the toddler whose body was found abandoned on deer island. there may be new fallout on the way. the eye' s erika tarantal is here with the move the governor is considering. erika: and that could include serious discipline for the social worker who evaluated the bella bond case. governor baker tells the globe dcf will scrutinize the previous work of that employee who ultimately could be fired. an independent report released wednesday found the worker largely copied information when evaluating bella' s mother, rachelle bond, in 2012 and 2013 before. rachelle bond is charged with covering up bella' s murder, her boyfriend is charged with the the report blamed faulty bella' s case. a spokesperson for the union that represents dcf workers and related decisions will shed light on whether discipline is warranted and at what levels." right now the worker is still
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specialist. randy: one year in jail for the new hampshire prep school student whose rape trial made national headlines. owen labrie is free on bail this morning while he appeals his conviction. this case exposing an ugly tradition at the exclusive st. pauls prep school in concord known as the senior salute. in a statement afterwards, the victims family said the judge got it right, recognizing, this was not a consensual relationship. the victim speaking out on tape during the sentencing, her voice distorted. she says she will never understand why this happened to her and why this story has been hard to share, it' s one that needs to be shared. m not only pushing for justice for myself, but for others as well. randy: labrie will now have to register as a sex offender.
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remembering a legend. boston mayor marty walsh inviting the public to join him this afternoon for a moment of silence to honor former mayor tom menino. today marks one year since the 71-year-old died after a battle with cancer. the special ceremony is planned for 2:30 at city hall plaza. menino was boston' s longest serving mayor. emily: new video this morning of the moments before a deadly gang shootout. randy: the seconds leaving bikers scrambling for cover. and a plane bursts into flames on the runway. how another pilot' s good eye may have saved lives. black friday might be fading away. the big retailers saying no to the shopping frenzy. cindy? cindy: after touching 70 or higher the past 24 hours, reality returns. temperatures hold in the 50' s them up a still a beautiful day on tap. we will check our next chance for showers in the trigger to forecast ahead. first, take a look at the
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the ulocal section of our website. cindy: i am a big kid. you know this. randy: ok. it looks like it is going to be perfect for trick-or-treating. the 70' s we had yesterday, no, back to reality. we will be in the 50' s today. it will be seasonal this week s. overall, pretty quiet and a mild start to the month of november. cooling it down , 45 implement. hyannis, in the 40' s. beverly, 49. 59 in boston. still a bit of a westerly breeze kicking up. you will notice that breeze today. this will not be as windy as yesterday. that breeze will be active through the afternoon. these guys are clear for now, but noticed of north, there are some clouds come even a couple
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of showers near the border of canada right around the -- lake champlain. a little more cloud cover toward late morning and into the early afternoon. clouds midday, then the winds kick up from the west of the northwest. that is the front coming through. it does not have any moisture with it. just clouds, and that is it. it will hold our temperatures down, mid 50' s in boston through the north shore, merrimack valley, lower 50' s in worcester, s on cape cod. tonight, the winds die down, skies are clerk, cold. frost by morning as we dropped s. s coming on in, but that is about it for the trick-or-treaters. sunday, a milder, southerly wind. look at the clouds. shower state of the north.
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cloudy. the sunsets earlier on sunday. saturday night. sense at is at 4:38 on sunday. that. 5:39. degrees. with the clouds coming in, later wents, falling back s. a little bit chilly this year. flip on over to november, we may touch 70 with the jet stream to the north. remember that in a couple of months. olessa: so far what start on 73 southbound, you can see the volume picking up for the morning rush. check out the maps for the rest of your right, so far, pleasant. no problems getting into boston. expressway starting to build a lace. the pike eastbound is issue-free. 15 minutes from 495 to 128.
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90 three southbound, wide-open out of methuen. a little volume concord street to spot pond. trains and buses still on schedule. randy: right now, police are releasing new video inside that texas restaurant that was the scene of a biker gang shootout back in may. this is security camera footage from the twin peaks restaurant in waco. you see several bikers armed others scrambling for cover. ,in the end, nine bikers were killed. this is incident is one of the most violent among motorcycle clubs. 177 bikers have been charged in connection with the shootout. scary moments for passengers sitting on a runway in florida as the plane erupts into flames. dynamic, a small airline under the microscope right now as the faa tries to figure out why fuel was pouring from an engine. the jet was taxiing to take off to go to venezuela when a pilot
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leaking fuel. the door opens, the emergency chute inflates and passengers , begin to slide to safety through thick clouds of black smoke scrambling to get out with , just a few minutes to spare. >> i heard a loud bang, turned around, saw the light, saw flames, render the front of the aircraft. randy: the fire was knocked down quickly. more than 20 passengers were injured, including one seriously. everyone just thankful that the plane caught fire before it took off. emily: word that a u.s. interest rate hike can' t be ruled out this year sent asian stock tumbling overnight. as for u.s. stocks futures are , higher this morning following thursday' s losses. the dow dropped 23 points to close at 17755. more and more stores are saying no to opening on thanksgiving. tj maxx and gamestop join rei in not opening their doors so employees can spend time with families.
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, will also stay closed on black friday. november and december retail sales are expected to be around the $630 billion mark. if you' re a time warner customer, that cable box might soon be a thing of the past. the company is testing a cable service that delivers cable channels through streaming. the tests are happening in new york. more and more people are saying no to cable services and instead subscribing to streaming services like netflix and hulu. time warner currently has a roku or xbox option for subscribers. but it' s only use is to replace a second cable box. randy: honda is recalling thousands of vehicles in the united states over faulty side air bags. honda says the air bags can inflate if a door is slammed too hard. the recall affects more than 300,000 accords from the 2008 2009 model years. more than a dozen people have filed injury claims. emily: a spooky favorite goes to the dogs. randy: the video that' s perfect for halloween eve next in
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erika? erika: working out with trainers for a fraction of the cost. the new trend letting you skip the gym. and an odd discovery in ludlow. the contents of a bag left behind in a cemetery. plus, a former millis police officer accused of making up an attack on his cruiser. what' s ahead today for the man,
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>> we have made it to friday. in the 40' s outside the city. a cooler day, breezy. clouds around midday. holding it in the 50' s today, so no 70' s like yesterday. 50' s on saturday as well, a brighter weekend. expect more clouds on sunday. a little milder, near 60. trick-or-treating looks ok, light wind, increasing clouds, starting your 50 at sunset slowly trickle back through the 40' s. emily: the national guard transporting precious cargo in new mexico. the transport contained skull and bones of a baby dinosaur. researchers discovered the bones
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time arranging permits to excavate an airlift them. this is the first known discovery of a baby dinosaur of the species. randy: olessa is back with eyepoppers. olessa: a viral pooch is getting in the halloween spirit. something strange and your neighborhood olessa: who ya gonna call? doug the pug of course. he' s all dressed up as a ghostbuster in this video posted to his facebook page last night. it already has more than 57,000 likes. randy: i love dogs. olessa: i do, too. how about spending this winter snuggled up under this? it' s popular in japan. it' s a couch with a space heater underneath, blankets on top and a flat tabletop. the woman in these pictures looks very, very relaxed. just imagine all the binge-watching you could do with one of these. i would need a bigger table for
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emily: parents and grandparents know it can be tough to soothe a crying baby but new research , says a simple trick, can get the job done faster. and a grown man takes a hockey puck from a kid. but the boy ended up with the last laugh. the even better prize he ended up with. take a live look at 93 in somerville. headlights moving along fairly smoothly at this point.
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randy: and overly couple beaten and left in the street. the suspect facing charges in the innocent issue that started it all.
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that put an entire town on edge. the police officer due in court this morning. randy: routed. stomped. reeled in. we take you inside the locker streak alive. and money the new trend that could keep you out of the gym. it is on the eye. >> you are watching wcvb boston' 5 eyeopener. randy: 6:30 friday morning. we' re looking at the mass pike in boston. traffic moving nicely at this hour. thank for joining us this morning i' m randy price. , emily: and i' m emily riemer along with cindy and olessa. tgif. i mean, seriously. cindy: and we don' t does get 48 hours this weekend, 49. big changes heading into work. the sun is up today at 7:15 but we go back to standard time on
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hour earlier, so sunrise will be 6:17. we will have earlier sunrises to contend with early next week for commuting as well. 51 of boston out the door . 40' s up through the north shore, beverly is 49. lower 40' s in worcester and 30' s norwood to taunton, right around 40 on the cape. a chilly start. the skies are clear for now. it is not going to be that way all day long. clouds to the north, few showers across lection plane associated with a cold front -- lake front. clouds late morning to midafternoon. once the winds shifted the north, temperatures falloff late this afternoon. about 56 boston, 56, beverly. 57 in framingham. s through the south, maybe nudging 60 bridgewater to new bedford. on the cake, your high temperatures are the upper 50' s. let'
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s get you out to the roads. how are we doing? olessa: so far in good shape. a live look at the pike. let' s go to the maps. so far, issue-free north of town. one accident on the shoulder 495 northbound by 125. it should not impact your commute too much. 93 south, delays from 128 to the leverett the nectar. used on on the pie, only 15 minutes from 495 to 128. south of town, 24, not too bad, a little delay out of avon. route 3 looks good. trains and buses running on schedule. emily: we' re following breaking news right now, a deal to keep the federal government up and running is on its way to president obama. the senate approved the budget and debt deal overnight. randy: also breaking overnight, at least one person is injured after a fire at an apartment building in manchester, new hampshire. nearly two dozen people were forced out by the flames on clifford avenue. the person who was injured is being treated for smoke inhalation. emily: and right now the
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patriots remain on top in the nfl. they routed the dolphins 36 to 7 with touchdown after touchdown. heading into next sunday' s matchup with the redskins. right now this former millis police officer is getting ready he' s accused of faking a story that triggered a massive manhunt that virtually shut down the randy: the eye' s sera congi is in wrentham ahead of his day in court. sera: bryan johnson is due here in wrentham district court this morning for a probable cause hearing for the elaborate tale he told that led several police departments on a massive manhunt. the 24-year-old suspended part time police officer is accused of shooting up his own cruiser, then crashing it into a tree. the vehicle became engulfed in flames. johnson then allegedly radioed in, claiming he came under fire by a white man driving a maroon pickup truck.
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several hours across several towns. but it turned out the whole story was made up. johnson plead not guilty at this arraignment in early on several september charges, including misleading a police investigation. he' s been under home confinement since the arraignment. he' s due back in court for probable cause hearing this morning. emily: a mystery in western massachusetts. a bag of human bones buried near established graves in a cemetery. ludlow dpw employees were working on an expansion at island pond cemetery when the bones were found. investigators say the plastic bag was buried on purpose. it included bones from an adult who had a leg amputated most likely decades ago. a criminal activity is not suspected. randy: 5 on the opioid crisis, there are new plans for a vacant building in new hampshire that was once home to a well-known business. erika tarantal is here with the new idea to help those fighting addiction. erika: c.a. hoitt furniture in downtown manchester closed years
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ago. the building has been sold to developers who want to transform it into a recovery center for addicts. the building is 37,000 square feet and will offer temporary housing as well as recovery services through local non-profits. >> i just love the feeling of this building. it is amazing. and having the upper to the floors to expand -- upper two floors to expand. police station and a hospital. the hope is to get the recovery center open in the next few months. randy: a man arrested in a home invasion that left a teen tied up. emily: what police say the suspect did that same night. and new this morning, getting fit for a lot less money. the trendy new way to work out, without splurging on a gym membership. randy: and ahead in news to go, rob gronkowski knows how to enjoy a snow day.
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olessa: a live look outside. you can see heavy delays
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pretty much the story condo somebody them, still no accidents report. cindy, back to reality. cindy: don' t expect the 70' s this afternoon. 51 in boston with a westerly wind. they will turn northwesterly this afternoon and kick up a little bit, keeping us in the 50' s with a few building clouds. sunshine on saturday, the cooler and brighter of the week and days. more clouds, but mostly dry. temperatures near 60 on sunday. emily: workout anywhere and take your favorite trainers with you. more and more people now streaming fitness classes for a fraction of the cost of a gym membership. but do you get the same results and are they worth your money? work out while staying in. real-world club crunch gym offers crunch live. for $9.99 a month, you can access more than 75 workouts from any device at any time. boot camp, dance, and yoga classes all available through the service.
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$14.95 a month gets you a variety of workout choices with access to personal trainers as well. and if you' re looking for something more unique -- >> this medium allows us to bring krav maga to the world. emily: for around $20 a lesson, you can even take self-defense training online. the costs all much cheaper than the average $58 monthly gym membership, but is it worth it? >> anything that gets us moving as a population is a pro, that' s good. emily: lenore herget is a senior physical therapist at mass general hospital. she likes the streaming idea, but says you should change up your workouts to avoid injury. >> variety is key. so working on mobility, so stretching, as well as strengthening and stability. emily: it' s also important to listen to your body, especially with no trainer or teacher there to watch your form. if something doesn' t feel right, just stop. mass general also has an online resource detailing proper form for many common exercises.
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randy: great moves, emily. you got the guys in the control room all nervous. randy: students get sick at a lowell school. the sudden symptoms hitting about 60 kids. and an older couple attacked on the streets of providence. their only line of defense, when their car ran out of gas. plus, a man kept his million dollar lottery prize a secret from his wife. his reason for not telling her right away.
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emily: the eyeopener team ready with your news to go in foxborough, providence, wrentham and erika with new information in the bella bond case. randy: but cindy has your weekend and halloween forecast. cindy: halloween not so bad. in 2011, we had snow on the ground, while wins. preseason double this week and after being just 30 seasonable this week and after being so warm yesterday. the sun is up at 7:15. clear over boston. s. the wind is still a little active out of the west. it will ship to the northwest this afternoon and kick up a little bit. 44 in worcester, just 40 and hyannis. north, i'
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pretty starved for moisture, just a couple of showers around lake champlain. it will kick up the wind is a drop southward. cloud cover late morning and early afternoon. that is when we will see our high temperatures, mid-50' s, then trended downward by later this afternoon. advertise 57. that is about where we end up in boston. mid 50' s up to the north shore. lower 50' s through worcester county. high pressure will give us bright skies on saturday. as his lies to the south saturday night and sunday, more of a southerly wind develops that brings in mild air but also more clouds. look at the cloud cover sunday morning, a couple of showers to the north. most of the day is dry, but you will see more clouds. trick or treating saturday, sunset, 5:39, light wind. 50 degrees, slowly falling back to the 40' s as the clouds increase. it will not be terribly chilly, but in the 40' s for most trick-or-treaters. high temperature on saturday, 53. milder on sunday, but mostly
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cloudy skies. olessa: watching minor delays on the orange line, but everything else is on schedule. route 1, southbound side moves away, slow going. check out the rest of the travel times. a crash on 495 northbound by 125. should not impact your can you too much. 93 south looks ok out of methuen but picks up near 128. stop and go to the leverett connector. used on the pike, a few more him a few more delays. in the boston. minor orange line delays but emily: breaking overnight, the senate votes to pass a budget and debt deal that avoids what could have been a catastrophic default. that was just days away from happening. the deal raises the debt ceiling for the next two years until march 2017. it also sets the budget for the next two fiscal years. it now heads to the president
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for approval. randy: the patriots still unbeaten in the regular season. s antoinette antonio is live at gillette with the 7-0 record. antoinette: tom brady just doesn' nights, and last night was no different. but he' s passing the praise on to his teammates including , gronk. >> what a playmaker he is. just amazing player. him. he is phenomenal. antoinette: gronk started things off early grabbing a 47 yard , pass from brady putting that , first touchdown on the board. and the pats really never looked back. number 12 threw four touchdowns before the night was over. 36 to seven was the final score. after a busy week, they get a bit of a break. they' re hosting washington redskins here in foxborough on november 8. live at gillette stadium, wcvb
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newscenter five. reopens today after a scare for students and teachers. several people heard a loud bang yesterday inside the estabrook school. it was evacuated as a precaution. inspectors believe that noise was from a bolt expanding as the seasons change, something they say is normal for newer buildings. the vicious beating of an court today. he' the upper body, the had, and the face with a metal baseball bat. the couple, in her 70' s, were attacked wednesday night. the wife met him to help. police say the suspect ran out couple. the husband left with eyes not speak. we will continue to bring you updates. erika: serious discipline could be on the way for a dcf worker
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bond the little girl found , murdered on deer island. governor baker telling the globe person' s previous work. an independent report found the employee largely copied old information for evaluations on bella' s mother in 2012 and 2013 and faulty information led to s case being closed. a spokesperson for the dcf review of the case and related decisions will shed light on whether discipline is warranted, and at what levels." right now the worker is an adoption specialist at dcf. sera: the millis police officer who allegedly made up a story about coming under fire is due back in court this morning. in early september, 24-year-old bryan johnson allegedly shot up his own cruiser, then crashed it into a tree, causing the vehicle to catch fire. he then called for help claiming , he was being shot at by a man in a maroon pickup truck. a massive manhunt was launched
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across several towns. but investigators determined johnson fabricated the events, he pled not guilty to several charges and has been under home confinement since his arraignment. today he returns to wrentham court for a probably cause hearing. emily: breaking overnight, at least one person is injured after a fire at an apartment building in manchester, new hampshire. nearly two dozen people were forced out by the flames on clifford avenue. the person who was injured is being treated for smoke inhalation. it' s not clear how the fire started but investigators are , looking at a back balcony. randy: right now, students at a lowell school are preparing to head back to class a day after dozens were sickened yesterday. this morning the school is still , trying to figure out what caused the sudden headaches and nausea. cleaning crews were busy late last night, scrubbing and sanitizing sullivan middle school, where about 60 kids got sick. needed to go to the hospital. five emily: one year in jail for the new hampshire prep school
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national headlines. owen labrie is free on bail this morning while he appeals his conviction. the case, exposing a sex competition between male seniors at the exclusive st. paul' s prep school in concord. labrie will now have to register as a sex offender. randy: a driver in this violent wreck is suffering serious injuries this morning. state police say the volvo was clipped by a kia as both were heading north on route 1 in wrentham yesterday. that forced the volvo to cross the highway and slam head-on into a tractor trailer. no charges have been filed. emily: wynn resorts offering new specifics about its plan for the sullivan square rotary. it is a route customers would take to its planned casino in everett. wynn will spend $10 million for improvements including wider roads, new sidewalks, and traffic signals. company reps met with boston city officials yesterday. the city filed a new lawsuit last month trying to block the project. randy: wynn executives have unveiled a handful of changes to the original design for the
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everett. the changes will not affect the overall plans significantly. wynn plans to eliminate a 25,000 square foot nightclub, for a convention facilities and a high-end lounge instead. emily: a homeless sex offender is charged in a frightening home invasion. peter bardzick is charged with breaking into an andover home in july and tying up the 16-year-old girl inside. police say he stole money and took off. bardzick is accused of breaking into another home later that night. he' s a level-three sex offender and is already being held on other charges. >> paul ryan. >> thank you. randy: the new house speaker plans to wipe the slate clean. congressman paul ryan says he hopes to heal divides within the republican party. former massachusetts governor mitt romney, who picked ryan as his running mate in 2012, was there to watch ryan be sworn in yesterday. outgoing speaker john boehner' s
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saturday. emily: a new study finds singing to a crying baby is more soothing than simply talking to them to calm them. babies listening to music were calm for twice as long as those being talked to. the study shows babies get carried away by music suggesting they have the mental capacity to enter old by those notes just like adults. randy: the pittsburgh penguins stepping it up for a young fan after this man snatches his souvenir. the boy' s souvenir. just as the buffalo sabres coach tries to hand him the puck, this man steps in and grabs it. king was fans were outraged, they booed him, and rightly so. luckily, the mascot found the little guy and gave him a puck and added a bonus -- a jersey. the team later tweeting, you deserve it, little man. >> it' s cold out there. >> it'
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>> snow day. emily: patriots fan favorite rob gronkowski is at it again in this latest nike ad. gronk celebrating snow days with other nfl players. finding the silver lining in new england weather. randy: keeping secrets from your spouse can cost you. but it sure paid off for an upton man. raymond hazell has been buying scratch tickets for years using money from a secret retirement slush fund his wife didn' t know about. he finally cashed in when he won $1 million on a ticket he bought at hopkinton wine and spirits. he surprised his wife with champagne and roses and of coarse that prize winning check. , emily: and it was something like this, ok, everything is fine. don'
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olessa: you can see the brake lights, so we are starting to see the volume. checking out the travel times heading north, clearing this accident for 95 northbound at 125. 93 does not look too bad until around spot pond than heavy to the leverett connector. east side of the pike, then stop and go into newton corner. heading south, some delays on 24 northbound by route 139, an accident. the backup and a bond. expressway, only about 25 braintree in the boston. minor delays on the orange line. everything else is running on schedule. cindy: back to reality. the sun is about to pop up over the horizon. 7:15 officially. daylight saving ti me this week and, set the clocks back. sunrises will be an hour earlier. you' ll notice that if you are a commute next week.
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44 in worcester, plymouth to the kick, lower 40' s. skies are clear for now. with a bit of a westerly breeze but that will pick up and ship to the northwest this afternoon with a period of cloud cover about midday. that is a cold frontal boundary. it will hold the temperatures back. we are not getting into the 70' s today, looking for highs in the low to mid 70' s worcester into boston for -- upper 50' s, rather. tonight, upper 20' s and lower 30' s, about 36 downtown. saturday is a brighter we can day, lower 50' s on sunday. there will be more cloud cover as high pressure slides eastward. then milder temperatures. they will climb next week. looking good for trick-or-treaters on saturday night and the temperatures really start to recover. we could touch 70 degrees again here on tuesday with warmer than average and dry conditions expected for the early and middle part of next week. so there you go.
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i would call that a treat. randy: oh, yes. the celebration is tomorrow, ok? emily: and you have to share.
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i had no idea snhu had this amazing campus. r even the walk to class is amazing. r i love the sense of community. r people actually hold the doors open for you here. r all my professors really know who i am here.
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r they genuinely want you to succeed. r i've made so many friends here. r friends i know i'll have for life. snhu is the place for me.
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